Hundreds of thousands of people have pre-ordered a Tesla Model 3, which means hundreds of thousands of people are currently waiting impatiently for their next car. The two-year wait is a long time to be without new wheels, so Tesla has a new offer that should help pass the time.

For a limited time, the company will offer two-year leases on the Model S and Model X. It’s not explicitly angled at people waiting for a Model 3, but it’s a solid way for buyers who can’t wait two years to get in a Tesla for less than $600 a month.

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Plans start from $593 a month, although to get that, you’ll need to put $6,000 down on a bare-bones Model S, and only drive 10,000 miles a year. For a more reasonable P75D with 15,000 miles a year, it will be a much higher $1,000 per month. Plans for the Model X run to be much more expensive, around $1,500 for a tricked-out model.

Although all the attention has been grabbed by the upcoming Model 3 (and perhaps a Tesla pick-up truck), the Model S and Model X continue to be Tesla’s bread-and-butter. To transition from being a low-volume luxury car maker to pumping out hundreds of thousands of vehicles a year will be a tough ask, and part of the reason Tesla is sinking so much money into the Gigafactory in the desert.

Chris Mills has loved tinkering with technology ever since he worked out how to defeat the parental controls on his parents' internet. He's blogged his way through Apple events and SpaceX launches ever since, and still keeps a bizarre fondness for the Palm Pre.